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A New Jersey man is suing the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas because he says the property took $3, 600 in casino chips he won while playing blackjack. The casino allegedly believed he was card counting.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Thom-Matthew Kho claims theft because the casino allegedly didn’t contact state gaming regulators about the incident and chip confiscation.
Kho’s lawsuit says that he refused to give the casino his identification when asked and then he was handcuffed on the gaming floor in front of other patrons.
He then was taken to a private room, the lawsuit says.
“Plaintiff, while in the security office, was physically searched against his will, his wallet unconsensually removed from his pocket and rifled, his picture taken against his will […] a copy of his driver’s license taken against his will, and held in handcuffs against his will, ” the lawsuit alleges.
Kho alleges minor injuries as a result of the incident. He says the incident resulted in the “destruction of his vacation to Las Vegas.” He wants more than $10, 000 in damages.
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It's been a little while, but for a long time it was a common known fact that The Vegas Club has the loosest blackjack game in down. It's downtown, so you'll be driving a little bit, but almost all of the BJ games on the strip are TERRIBLE. They've even started paying 6:5 on blackjacks instead of the usual 3:2.
Definately try The Vegas Club downtown. They even advertise on their site that they've got liberal blackjack games, something few boast.